MFR’s Description: Take this convertible for a rideâ€”put the top down and use digital ink to take unobtrusive handwritten notes and draw diagrams during meetings and seminars, or write directly onto slides for emphasis during your presentation. Put the top up when you use your notes, drawings, and annotated graphics in a formal report. The LifeBookÂ® T4000 Tablet PC provides the full power, functionality, and familiarity of a notebook yet offers versatile digital inking capabilities.
Reviews located at the bottom of the page.
LifeBook T4000 Tablet PC Series
Succeeded by the Fujitsu LifeBook T4210 – June 2006
Note: The T4020 appears to be identical to the T4020D except for wireless options. This maybe subject to change.
CPU/Processor & Chipset
|Processor Model:||Pentium M 740, Pentium M 760|
|Processor Speed:||1.73GHz (740), 2GHz (760)|
|Systemboard Chipset:||Intel 915GM|
Display and Graphics
|Graphics Chipset:|| IntelÂ® Graphics Media Accelerator 900|
|Screen Type:||TFT LCD Electromagnetic (Active) Touch screen|
|Screen Size:||12.1 inches|
|Resolution:||1024×768 (XGA), optional SXGA+ (1400×1050)|
|Video Memory:||128MB Shared|
|Memory Capacity:||256MB to 2GB (1GB x 2)|
|Memory Type:||DDR2 SO DIMM (SDRAM)|
|Shared With Video:||128MB|
|Hard Drive Interface:||Serial-ATA 150|
|Hard Drive Capacity:||40GB through 80GB 5400rpm|
60GB – 7200rpm
|Hard Drive Size:|
|Optical Drive:||DVDROM, DVD/CDRW Combo, Dual-Layer Multi-Format DVD Writer/CDRW Combo|
|Battery Type:||Lithion Ion|
|Default Battery Size:||6-Cell, additional modular bay battery|
|Mfr Estimated Runtime:||Up to 5.25 hours with XGA display, up to 4.5 hours with SXGA+|
With additional battery, up to 9 hours with XGA, 8.25 hours with SXGA+
Dimensions, and Weight
|Weight:||4.3 lbs with weight-saver (empty bay)|
|Height:||1.1″ – 1.4″|
|Wireless:||IntelÂ® PRO/Wireless Network Connection|
|Wireless Type:||IEEE 802.11 a/b/g|
|Ethernet:||10/100/1000 Base-T/TX Ethernet|
|Modem:||56K v.90 Fax MODEM (upgradeable to v.92 with software)|
|Keyboard:||82-key full-size keyboard|
|Mouse:||Touchpad with scroll|
|USB Ports:||2x USB 2.0|
|Firewire (1394):||1xIEEE 1394|
|PS/2, Serial, Parallel:|
|Infrared:||Yes, IrDA 1.1-compatible, 4 Mbps||PC Card Slots:||1xPCMCIA Card Type I or Type II, CardBus|
|Flash Memory Card:||Secure Digital, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO|
|Other I/O:||System Interface Connector (Presumably the Port Replicator)|
|Audio Chipset:||SigmaTelÂ® STAC9753A AC-97 rev. 2.3 compliant|
|Audio I/O:||Microphone jack, Headphone jack, also built-in microphone|
|Note:||20-bit audio built-in dual mic array with IntelliSonicâ„¢ software that provides background noise/echo cancellation and suppression|
|Installed OS:||MicrosoftÂ® WindowsÂ® XP Tablet PC Edition 2005|
|Included Software:||MicrosoftÂ® Office OneNoteÂ® 2003, AdobeÂ® ReaderÂ®, MicrosoftÂ® Reader, Fujitsu Display Controls, Fujitsu Hot Key Utility, Fujitsu Security Application Panel, Fujitsu Driver Update Utility, Softex OmniPass|
Protection and Security
|Fingerprint Reader:||Yes (Optional)|
|Harddrive Shock Protection:||Yes|
|Other:||Embedded TPM, Smart Card Ready, Fujitsu Security Application Panel|
|Warranty:||One-year International Limited Warranty|
Reviews (Excerpts) – Click publication links to read the full review
LAPTOP Magazine – December 2005 – 3.5 out of 5 – There are a few kinks for Fujitsu to work out, but the LifeBook T4020D is your best and only bet if you want a thin-and-light Tablet notebook with a built-in optical drive. Itï¿½s expensive, but this convertible is unique and fast enough to justify the premium.
PC Magazine – December 2005 – 4 out of 5 (“Very Good”) – There are very few convertible notebooks out there that integrate an optical drive in such a small frame. The Fujitsu LifeBook T4020D manages to do so, making it a fine system for everyday computing.
– December 2005 – TheAge.com.au – Fujitsu’s experience in building tablet computers is evident in the T4020. It’s smaller and lighter than the Acer at less than 2kg despite having the same 31cm screen size. Usability is also excellent with controls such as the simple page up and down keys on the display edge making it easier to navigate a document.
ABC News/PC World – December 2005 – There are very few convertible notebooks out there that integrate an optical drive in such a small frame. The Fujitsu LifeBook T4020D manages to do so, making it a fine system for everyday computing.
CNET Asia – November 2005 – 6.8 out of 10 – Top-notch performance and a full set of features propel the LifeBook T4020 to the top of the list for tablet PCs.